Mike Moser, 6-6 SF Portland (Ore.) Grant. Moser put on a show in his game Wednesday afternoon. Ridiculous quickness for his size and a potentially great defender. Very good passer and terrific instincts. If he develops a solid jump shot, he's got a chance to be a pro someday.
Steven Bjornstad, 6-10 C Vancouver (Wash.) Columbia River. Legit size and great feet for a young post. Still developing an offensive game, but knows how to play. A high major prospect with a significant upside.
E.J. Singler, 6-6 SF Medford (Ore.) South Medford. Fundamentally sound with nice skill level and very good feel. Rarely makes a bad decision. A system guy, Singler's one issue will be dealing with athleticism/quickness on the perimeter. Stanford and Washington State watched Singler closely this week.
Nuno Muandumba, 5-10 PG Phoenix (Ariz.) Pinnacle. Quick true point who can shoot it. Excellent decision-maker and one of the top point guards in the west for 2009.
Anthony Brown, 6-5 SG Huntington Beach (Calif.) Ocean View. Baby-faced guard with a ton of upside. He made several really difficult mid-range shots look easy in his morning game. He's not close to physical maturity and he'll be really tough to deal with as he adds weight and strength to a very nice frame.
Daniel Bejarano, 6-3 SF/SG Phoenix (Ariz.) North. Bouncy shooter with a nice stroke and good range. Doesn't have a classic wing body – short arms – and looks a bit mature, but he's a talent. Didn't see him put it on the floor much, as he spotted up for catch-and-shoot threes for the most part.
Terrence Jones, 6-7 PF Portland (Ore.) Jefferson. Skilled four man who can handle and pass. Doesn't have great feet, and will never play the three at the next level, but intriguing as an undersized four. Shot selection was very spotty Wednesday.
Tony Wroten, 6-4 SG Seattle (Wash.) Garfield. Did a better job of allowing the game to come to him on Wednesday. There's no question he's got a considerable amount of talent. The issues will be decision-making and figuring out a way to best utilize that talent to win games (as opposed to showcasing himself).
E.J. Singler said Washington State, St. Louis and Pepperdine have offered. He also said Stanford wants to offer, but needs to see his test score/grades. Also, said Oregon is on the verge of offering. He said his top three at this time would probably be Washington State, Stanford and Oregon.